Sepoi-Sepoi Cafe Golden Palm Tree – Traditional Malaysia-Chinese Coffee Shop
Right after I had my Water Sports Activity, I went back to freshen up. I heard that I’m gonna have another outdoor activity. It sounds cool. Right after I freshen up, I went down to Sepoi-Sepoi cafe to grab lunch. Life is really interesting right? Sleep-eat-play-eat-sleep. Ok.. now I feel fat!
Before I talk about the cafe, this is what I had during my stay in Golden Palm Tree Iconic Resort and Spa. I’ve combined all the food that I had in Sepoi-Sepoi cafe during my 3D 2N in this blog post for your convenience.
I had Hainan Steamed Chicken Rice, Golden Palm Tree Nasi Lemak and Claypot Chicken. Overall, I think the price is a little bit expensive, but the portion is quite big… Well, you are staying in five star hotel with five star service. So don’t expect 1 star price 😉
For the Hainan Steamed Chicken Rice, the rice and chicken is slightly bigger compare to normal chicken rice that you get in normal stalls. Maybe because the price also slightly higher. Other than that, I love their chili and their steamed chicken.
Golden Palm Tree Nasi Lemak is kinda ordinary. The interesting part is they served it with sunny side up egg, rendang chicken and sambal kerang. I heard that some of the bloggers said that is the best meal, but for me, I still prefer the Hainan Chicken Rice =)
I tried the Claypot Chicken too. Actually this is what my roommate, Zaid ordered. I tried their sauce and it’s quite nice. The black ketchup is not too salty and the best part is, the food was still hot when it arrived at the table. Maybe because the food was served in the claypot?
I tried all their fruit juice and I prefer the guava most compare to others.
Basically, in Sepoi-Sepoi cafe is all about relaxing. Where else you can find the good cafe with good food that’s located by the sea?
Sepoi-Sepoi cafe is not that spacious, but it’s comfortable. When talking about the menu, basically Sepoi Sepoi cafe serves traditional Malaysia-Chinese food. They also offer a wide variety of Malaysian snacks, noodle, sandwiches and a list of coffee brews. Just name it, they do have everything!
If you want to enjoy the nice sea breeze “sepoi-sepoi bahasa”, you might want to have your lunch in the open air area. Yes, they have an open air area =) Guest can have their meal while enjoying the sea breeze. *photo taken by Pentax.
This is their version of the Fried Kuey Teow. Nothing much to talk about. Since I asked for a spicy one, they gave me really spicy fried kuey teow! *photo taken by Pentax.
Somehow I love their fried chicken. The skin is crispy and the meat is really soft. It’s good if you eat it while it’s hot! *photo taken by Pentax.
This is only some of the photo that I took with the Pentax. I will show you what else the Pentax that can do. I used it during my “army training” in Awana Genting Highland! ~ So, stay tune…
Sepoi Sepoi opens daily:
Monday to Friday:
10.00 am till 10.30 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday:
9.00 am till 10.30 pm
Enjoying my meal with my roommate, Zaid!
Golden Palm Tree Resort & Spa Sdn Bhd (637783-W)
No. 67, Jalan Pantai Bagan Lalang,
Kg Bagan Lalang,
43950 Sungai Pelek,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
+603 3182 3600
+603 3182 3700
If you have any enquiries or questions, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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